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The HBCU Nation Radio Show

8am - HBCU Caucus 11am - Dr. Charlie Nelms Noon-HBCU Presidents 1pm- Eddie Francis 2pm- Saad and Shaw 3pm - HBCUNRS 5pm - BTC 7pm - In The Huddle 8pm - Music

Beyond the Classroom

5pm - Weekdays 12-3am - Everyday

It's Easy Son

Interviews of thought leaders from a broad spectrum of society where we ask them about their journey from childhood to the place they hold now in society. The show is birthed out of my first book published in October of 2019. It is entitled, "It's Easy Son, Quit Making Things Difficult: Lasting Life Lessons from a Coach and Mentor"

Anchored In Christ

Weekends at 5pm

In The Huddle

7pm Mondays 9am Weekends

Minister Maime(11)


The GOD is CEO podcast inspires faith-driven entrepreneurs to put God in the driver’s seat of their businesses and lives. Host Olivia Omega is an entrepreneur, wife, mom and firm believer that our entrepreneurial purpose goes beyond our products or services. The podcast takes listeners on a journey elevating God’s role in life, family, relationships and entrepreneurship by taking cues from the ultimate Chief Executive Officer.

Conversations that Matter

Broadcasting the important, thought-provoking, intellectually stimulating conversations/webinars over the previous weeks from around the HBCU community!


HBCUbiquity is a new podcast that continues the HBCU conversation. Dive deeper into the history of HBCU culture and what the future holds. Presented by the Tom Joyner Foundation

HBCU Smart Fun Stuff

The most recent initiative of The HBCU Nation supporting the K-16 pipeline with Literacy programs, innovative STEM workshops and Music to capture the imagination of our future leaders.

Live At The Table with Cherissa Jackson

Often times women veterans aren’t considered Veterans and as a result are not included in discussions pertinent to them. Very seldom do you see women veterans at the table in boardroom discussions. We are innovators, CEOs, entrepreneurs, etc with stories of triumph and success. Our stories should be heard and told. Creating a “Table” for us to support each other and encourage, motivate and inspire each other is needed now more than ever.

Special Programming:  Competition of Black College Queens

Fall 2020 Competition of Black College Queens in partnership with HBCU Kings and Queens Competition


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